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    Default Really wanted a 2016 but...

    ....$178 a month, base 2015, 15k, 36 month lease, not a penny out of pocket, is so hard to refuse.. After the California $1500, net would be $135. Second Volt from the same SoCal dealer, have never set a foot at the dealership. Had it delivered to San Diego both times. I am almost not thinking about the 2016s anymore :-)..

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    A good deal is a good deal. And you'll be ready for a closeout 2017 or a new 2018, both of which will likely have some improvements over the 2016.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alonzov View Post
    ....$178 a month, base 2015, 15k, 36 month lease, not a penny out of pocket, is so hard to refuse.. After the California $1500, net would be $135. Second Volt from the same SoCal dealer, have never set a foot at the dealership. Had it delivered to San Diego both times. I am almost not thinking about the 2016s anymore :-)..
    wow that is a smashing lease, perhaps the best I have seen. Is this with tax included?

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    Can you give us a bit more detail on the dealer and the breakdown to reach that price?

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    With that deal I would Take a 2015 over a 2016 and details on the dealer?

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    Yeah, but try find a deal that good on a Volt with leather seats. For some odd reason, once you add leather seats (I need the heated seats in Minnesota), the monthly cost goes from $178 to $298 or more.

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    Sorry, have been gone for a while. Yes, taxes were included. Don't have the paperwork in front of me but definitely the $2500 Volt to Volt helped a lot. Car was marked as one of the "Chevy Bonus Tags" or something like that, I believe that gives you an extra $500 vs the other units. Also, I got a $500 as a credit union member.

    Will talk to the sales lady and see if she wishes to have her info posted. Deals are out there specially if you have a Volt now, look around. Lots of dealers out there with good deals besides the 2 usual suspects in Socal.

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